Kunio Okawara, the renowned mechanical artist and Gundam designer, presented his latest work at this years Tokyo Motor Show. It’s called the “Hiriko”, a miniature electric car developed by Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is currently manufacture and sold in Spain. The mini car goes for around €12,000 (about $16,130).
The Hiriko is apart of the “Mirai Project” and is scheduled to undergo test drives summer 2014.
The beyond awesome motorcycle you see here is a concept design by Kawasaki called the “J”. This electrical motorcycle has a split front wheel and runs on nickel metal hydride battery. It apparently has different lighting modes.
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